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- From: TSUCHIYA Masatoshi <tsuchiya@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 07 Jul 2002 23:01:23 +0900
- X-ml-name: emacs-w3m
- X-mail-count: 03611
We are pleased to inform you that the gamma release of emacs-w3m is
available. Gamma means that it is satisfactorily stable for most
sophisticated users. You can get it from:
We launched into the development on the asynchronous operations.
It is an ambitious project, you can always use Emacs for reading
or writing mail messages, doing homework, playing games, etc.
even if Emacs is waiting for responses from a web server.
However, it is also the fact that we have some bug reports. As
far as we know, Emacs 20 or 21 under MacOS X does not work for
the asynchronous operations, so we have set to make emacs-w3m do
not work asynchronously under MacOS X by default.
If you have any trouble with this feature, try the following
setting to switch over to the synchronous operations (though it
is against our will):
(setq w3m-async-exec nil)
In addition, we also started on the official supporting non-MULE
Emacsen. If you are patient with some trivial malfunctions, you
can use emacs-w3m under Emacs 19.34 or XEmacs 21. without
MULE. Note that all non-MULE Emacs users need to install APEL.
See README file for more informations.
By the way, you may use the new command `report-emacs-w3m-bug'
or the key `C-c C-b' to send a bug report.